The Visitors Guide to Folsom, CA Neighborhoods
Are you new to Folsom, wondering where exactly the neighborhoods you hear about are located? Find it here.
The new Palladio Mall and Folsom Community College are the centerpieces of this area.
Once the Lake Natoma Crossing bridge was opened, this area once again felt part of Folsom, as travel to the other side once again became bearable!
The oldest part of Folsom is the Historic District. It’s a mix of homes from the days of the gold rush up to more recently built homes as well.
World War II saw a significant time of expansion in to this area, which is currently the ‘shopping district’ of Folsom, where there is always a hub of activity in the area.
The newest houses in Folsom are currently in the Empire Ranch area. With its golf course and rolling hills, it is always popular.
The late ’80s and early ’90s saw a large expansion of the Lexington Hills area. With nearby access to the lake, it’s always been an attractive and popular area.
Natoma Station also grew quickly in the 1980s. This area is well known for an abundance of parks and recreation areas.
Many parks and walkways line this area, and it is within walking distance to many Intel employees that live in this part of Folsom.